Kepe trieing, mom

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17 Responses to Kepe trieing, mom

  1. Bubba Gump says:

    Only need to teach them six words: “Would you like fries with that?”

  2. rayvet says:

    You’re correct in what your fellings are telling you.

  3. Glider Rider says:

    She “felled” alright. Just like a damn tree.

  4. Just a Chemist says:

    As a hom skoling family of fuor sutdents… its hard man.
    This makes is hard to argue with pubic schooling.

    • Concerned Mama says:

      Seriously! Or the ones that are basically illiterate. Gah. Gives those who are actually trying and working at homeschooling a bad name.

      • Just a Chemist says:

        We actually do home school. My wife does and AMAZING job with them. You could not pay us enough to put them in public schools. Ever.
        Except for maybe the 7th grader. Sometimes. She reads Shakespeare when bored and understands it. She read some Latin and has writes amazing essays.
        Our 5th grader speaks Latin. And is doing pre-algebra, Only we need to call it “advanced arithmetic” because the state won’t allow us to call it pre algebra at her age.
        Sometimes I run though college-level chemistry experiments with them.
        You think I’m going to give them over to some turd who will decided they need to be medicated?

  5. Sanders says:

    The mom is probably a product of public skool.

  6. Greggbc says:

    I counted 8 mistakes.

  7. Al says:

    The great part about home schooling your children besides the fact that they will receive a better education than government schools can offer is that the person doing the teaching will learn as well and can redeem themselves from the lost years of public indoctrination! Win Win!

  8. Steve says:

    Yes, yes you are failing. Why is it, the generation of parents that “want to be friends with their children” are also trying to teach their spawn?!?!?? Teaching a person sometimes involves “forcing” them to do the hard things; like spelling. Yes, you are failing AND giving home schooling a bad rap AND public schools ammunition to eliminate home schooling.

    Steve

  9. Arc says:

    Do what I used to do, copy – paste, copy – paste, copy – paste, (that was copy – paste too!)

    Two of the most important things in regards to spelling, #1, spelling rules, #2, just pay attention to the spell checker on your computer when wasting time on the internet and spell it right the next time.

    • arc says:

      woops, I should also add that the public school system wanted to drug me up because I was too hyper as a kid and was going full boredom while locked up in a room all day with nothing to do. The same drug, I have no idea what it was, supposedly was later found to screw up kids and turn them autistic.

      I was always scared the teacher would ask me to read something but for some reason I was always skipped over. It turned out that the teacher knew I couldn’t read and wasn’t going to make any effort to teach me either, you know, do her job as a teacher? (This was kinder garden BTW / pre-grade school). Schools & teachers want kids able to read before they even walk through the doors of the school. My mum ended up getting some phonetic software and some books and within about two weeks, had me reading.

      I ended up being homeschooled from first grade till graduation. My AFQT score was 91, GT 131

      Fuck the public school system. Critical thinking, creativity, genius, it all goes to die there. Even in private schools they indoctrinate you into blindly accepting ‘authority’, stifle your ability to think, the works.

  10. loaded4bear says:

    Some comedian has a joke about sleeping with his teacher — problem is, he said he was home schooled.

    The youngun’ did the home schooling route. It was partly out of necessity and partly out of convenience. We moved in and out of some less than stellar school districts. The sprout also did 4H, dance, t-ball and karate. She’s turned into a fine young lady with 2 college degrees and a black belt.

    • Wirecutter says:

      Right on, Mom and Dad.
      Kinda reminds me of Tom Baugh’s daughter – home schooled and at 14 was head and shoulders above most college freshmen.

  11. A Texan says:

    Yes. Yes, you are felling at this home schooling thing.

    In fact, you should go back to YOUR teachers – particularly your English teachers – and punch them in the mouth. Just sayin’.

  12. Andrew says:

    Um, so she’s doing about as well as some Masters in Education teacher with an additional 6 month teaching certificate?

    You go, girl!

  13. bob says:

    Home schooled 3 children, all doing fine, and we never worried about school shootings.

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